Indonesia's anti-drugs agency proposes building a jail with a unique security system - BBC News
Indonesia's anti-drugs agency is proposing to build a jail that will be surrounded by moats stocked with crocodiles and piranhas.
In November 2015, Indonesia bowed to international pressure and put a temporary halt on executing death row prisoners, so alternatives were sought by the authorities.
Rebecca Henschke reports.
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